Nick Moore | ABCRIT | 18th October 2016
Among Abstract Expressionists, Motherwell was the odd man out. He had family money and a first rate education. His outlook was intellectual, “too French”. He felt no particular need to develop a signature style. Perhaps as a result, he is not always given his due as a great abstract painter. However, at a show in London his “versatility and breadth”, in painting and collage, is on full display.